Let’s hope the Biden administration proves unwilling to sacrifice the planet on an altar of elusive bipartisanship.
Biden described the war, supported by both the Obama and Trump admins, as a “humanitarian and strategic catastrophe.”
Change to the military-industrial complex, if and when it comes, will have to be driven by the people.
Biden risks undermining his domestic agenda by pursuing foreign policy that could lead to costly military entanglements.
As the Biden years begin, it’s time to give some serious thought to how to demilitarize our democracy.
The Biden administration is imposing a temporary freeze on arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
If the U.S. holds joint military exercises with South Korea in March, it could sabotage prospects for diplomacy.
Sen. Robert Menendez has opposed the Iran nuclear agreement and attacked Republicans from the right on foreign policy.
Weapons makers like Raytheon don’t just follow U.S. foreign policy; they make it through allies embedded in government.
Yemeni children are being starved by warring parties whose blockades and bomb attacks have decimated the country.